The 12 Chinese zodiac sign and symbols, meaning, compatibility and relationships for 2017 year Year of the Rooster.
2017 is the Year of the Rooster according to Chinese zodiac. This is a Year of Fire Rooster, starting from Jan. 28, 2017 (Chinese New Year) and lasting to Feb. 15, 2018.
The Chinese Zodiac, known as Sheng Xiao, is based on a twelve-year cycle, each year in that cycle related to an animal sign.
According to Chinese astrology the animal signs assigned by year represent what others perceive you as being or how you present yourself. People born in the Year of the Horse are clever, kind, animated and energetic and psychic predictions.
In Chinese zodiac sign your birth year tells you more than just your age, it also tells about your personality. The 12 Chinese zodiac sign traditionally begins with the sign of the Rat and ends with Pig.
People born in the Year of the Horse
Horse lucky gemstone is Beryl and lucky color is Green. You can watch out for these numbers 3, 4, 9 for these may bring luck.
The Horse’s most compatible signs are Tiger, Sheep or Dog and on the opposite side, most incompatible signs for the Horse are Rat, Ox, Rabbit or Horse.
Most compatible careers for the Horse: Sales representative, journalist, language instructor, translator, bartender, performer, tour operator, librarian or pilot.
Attached image (Source Chinese zodiac sign Feng shuibest buy of the following are the twelve Chinese zodiac signs compatibility chart.
There has been a relationship between human and the 12 zodiacal animals. It is believed that the years represented by the animals affect the characters of people in the same way like the western astrology signs. Click the following signs to know the personalities of persons under different signs. Facts like years, strengths, weaknesses, best matches and fortune of 2017 of each sign are introduced.
The animal year when a person was born is called his / her Ben Ming Nian (Zodiac Year of Birth). The distinctive zodiacal way of calculating years based on the lunar calendar decides that every once in every twelve-year cycle people will meet their birth signs.
Although it sounds a bit superstitious, Chinese people take their year of birth seriously. According to the soothsaying, people in their own Ben Ming Nian may offend “Taisui”, also called the God of Age, so they would suffer a lot of misfortunes, such as sickness, economic loss, physical injuries and obstacles in career. However, there are effective ways to diminish the unlucky impacts.